Egyptian fashion has changed tremendously over the last 100 years. The lovely and gorgeous Mustafa ladies have struggled a lot for bringing the independent fashion popular for Arabic girls. Check out the Egyptian women fashion statement changes here.
These fashion changes are based on the research of Jacinthe Assad. She has studied the vulnerabilities of representations of women in contemporary Egypt.
Jacinthe Assad researched on the styling looks of each decade, which relates the political and cultural issues.
Huda Shaawari was an Egyptian feminist, who neglected veil during a protest. It popularized a new fashion statement for Egyptian females.
1930s fashion statement was inspired by Umm Kulthum, the sensational Egyptian singer. She popularized the fashion of holding a handkerchief while singing with deep emotions.
Princess Fawzia Fuad taught her nation's women, how to get trendy and make a positive fashion styling.
1980s style statement of Egyptian females was active protest sign against President Anwar Saddat. He was very western minded and allowed following western norms in the society. Now that brought religious minded people to protest.
2010 fashion revolution symbol was wearing a headband during the protests.
That's how the fashion evolved for Arab girls since the 1910s to 2000s.
Arabic girls are just like other women of the society. They too need independence to create their own fashion styling.
According to Islam, the Muslim women have to wear veil before stepping out of house.
Arabic girls are considered most beautiful around the world. So, why should beauty be hidden!